Mahikeng: The North West Provincial Government has reaffirmed its resolute commitment to bring lasting peace and stability at Wonderkop near Rustenburg, where 44 people including mine workers, police officers and security guards, were killed during what is known as the Marikana tragedy in August 2012.
Mahikeng – Premier Supra Mahumapelo of Bokone Bophirima Province has expressed his undivided support to Thato Molosankwe (39) of Lomanyaneng village in Mahikeng, who has embarked on a 1 317km walk from Cape Town to Mahikeng, to raise awareness against women and children abuse.
Mahikeng: Premier Supra Mahumapelo of Bokone Bophirima Province has received with great shock and sadness news on the sudden passing on of Kgosi Simon Molatlhegi Nawa from Lebotlwane village in the Moretele Local Municipality.
Mahikeng: Premier Supra Mahumapelo of the North West Province has welcomed commitment by the Chairperson of the interim SABC Board to probe recent media allegations that he, Premier Mahumapelo, was influencing editorial content and getting preferential treatment from the SABC’s North West region.
Christiana – The Bokone Bophirima Premier’s Coordinating Council (BBPCC) has resolved that the monthly Setsokotsane 10 by 10 Campaigns must aggressively be led by Mayors across all local municipalities in the province.
Lichtenburg: Premier of Bokone Bophirima Supra Mahumapelo believes the handing over of tractors and other agricultural equipment worth over six million rand to the beneficiaries of De Paarl farm near Lichtenburg under Ditsobotla Local Municipality, will go a long way in uplifting agriculture as one of the economic drivers of the province.
Mahikeng: Premier Supra Mahumapelo of Bokone Bophirima Province has learned with shock and dismay of the brutal killing of a man (46), by three unknown males on Friday night at Habernia Farm near Lichtenburg, Ditsobotla Local Municipality.
Mahikeng: Office of the Premier in the North West Province is rejecting as untrue and fictitious media reports on allegations by some hidden sources within the North West SABC that Premier Supra Mahumapelo had encroached on the public broadcaster’s editorial policy.